I cant connect to my universitys wifi, since it uses WPA2 Enterpise. I am able to connect to WPA2 Personal Wifi. I am also able to connect my phone and other devices to my universitys Wifi, but not my Zorin Laptop. I searched a lot for it online and it seems that this is a problem with Ubuntu (Fedora for example i read, should work). I also found a few posts on how to solve the problem, but nothing did work for me (also possible that I am just to dumb to follow this steps correctly) (https://itectec.com/ubuntu/ubuntu-cant-connect-to-wpa2-enterprise-peap-network/).
I am currently using my smartphone for USB-Ethernet, but that cant be a permanent solution.
My Setup: Zorin OS Core
internal Wifi Adapter/Module ?: Broadcom Limited: BCM43142 802.11b/g/n (I had to install drivers for it manually, but I don’t think this has something to do with this, since the Problem is only with WPA2 Enterprises and not with for example my Wifi at home which uses WPA2 Personal)
I know my username and password are right (since I am able to connect other devices to the Wifi). I also tried almost every Setting to connect to it I found.